[Haskell] [ANN] Safe Lazy IO in Haskell
nicolas.pouillard at gmail.com
Mon May 18 13:30:08 EDT 2009
Excerpts from Jason Dusek's message of Sun May 17 15:45:25 +0200 2009:
> From the documentation:
> " LI could be a strict monad and a strict applicative functor.
> However it is not a lazy monad nor a lazy applicative
> functor as required Haskell. Hopefully it is a lazy
> (pointed) functor at least.
The type I would need for bind is this one:
(>>=) :: NFData sa => LI sa -> (sa -> LI b) -> LI b
And because of the NFData constraint this type bind is less general than the
BTW this operator is exported as (!>>=) by System.IO.Lazy.Input.Extra.
By using the rmonad we could add this NFData constraint, but that's not like
having a Monad instance directly.
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